Get to know the Data4Food2030 Case Studies

To support the project goals, Data4Food2030 is using real-life examples within the EU food system spanning across the food production, supply chain and circular economy. Let us give you a brief overview of the 9 Case Studies and their exciting objectives. 

Premium Grain Chain (PGC):
Premium Grain Chain, will take place in Finland led by 1001 LAKES and LUKE, and will create an industry-wide data-enabled quality label for premium grain-based products, in order to foster sustainable business thinking across the value chain of the agrifood sector. 

From Farmers to Consumers (PIGLINK): Brought to life by our partner IFIP in France, this case study aims to make data useful for the farmers and other stakeholders. By promoting data interoperability, data will be able to seamlessly flow between equipment and management tools and facilitate more efficient day to day farm management. 

AgData Interoperability – Towards a European Data Space (TEUDS): Conducted by EV ILVO in Belgium and France, this case study seeks technical, business and governance solutions to make data-interoperability between data intermediaries possible.  

Short Food Supply Chain (Zero- FLW): ITC and University of Maribor in Slovenia, are working together to introduce a systemic approach for collecting data and monitoring food loss and waste (FLW) along the whole value chain to achieve an economically sustainable, socially responsible and environmentally friendly local food system. 

Real-Time Fresh Data (DIRECT): In this case study taking place in Germany, partners EuroPool System and ATB will facilitate the enhancement of the data space, to enable food system stakeholders to properly use, reuse and redistribute data, and providing input for a shared EU data space for Food systems.   


The Sustainability Insight System (THESIS): Carried out by WUR, THESIS will unlock sustainability performance data of food to facilitate integration in B2Retail, B2Finance, BtG and B2B decision making.

Circular Economy 4 Tourism (I4DATA): Led by AnySolution and targeting the Balearic Islands in Spain, this case study will map all existing data sources that can boost the generation of an agri-food data economy, as well as improve old production methods, while reducing the environmental impact and contributing to improve logistics.

Inter-Sectorial Data as a Service (ISDaaS):
WirelessInfo is the lead for this case study focused on Czechia and with the intention of collaboration in Germany, Austria and Slovakia. The case study will analyze the possibilities of using Data as a Service (DaaS) in the area of regional products (primarily food), particularly what data exists or could be created, who handles them, how they are currently used by other entities, how they are transmitted, whether it is possible or desirable to use them in other sectors. 


Mapping and valorizing food loss and waste data in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area to improve the circular economy (AMAFLOW): WUR will lead this case study which will take place in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. The aim is to valorize waste stream data to create economic, social and environmental benefits for the stakeholders and facilitate data economy advancements in AMA.  

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